It Be Like that is the last album released by the now defunct band, the Beatholes. The album is mostly seen as a disappointment to (the very few) Beatholes fans as it contains many overly elaborate musical additions made by panned producer Phil Specks-N-Dots as well as snippets of arguments from the band that made it harder to listen to due to the choice of words used. When talking about the album's recording, each of the Beathole's had this to say
Jahn Lemon: "Recording it made me so angry that I beat Yolko more than I ever did."
Pole McRatknee: "I wrote the title track while I was sleepin y'know."
Gorge Harrypotter: "I nearly hit everybody over the head with my sitar."
Rongo Moon: "I nearly hit Jahn over the head with Gorge's sitar. Both of them weren't happy."
It Be Like That was later remastered by Pole. The remastered version removed all changes that Phil Specks-N-Dots made as well as remove 2 tracks, Dig It, Suckers! and Maggie is Gay, and replacing it with You Let Me All Down, the Title track's non-album b-side.
Jahn "The Wife-Beater" Lemon - Beathole
Pole McRatknees - Beathole (also Billy Shears)
Gorge Harrypotter - Beathole, Hare Krishnan
Rongo Moon - Beathole
Definitely Not George Martin- Producer
Phil Specks-N-Dots - All the little bits and pieces
The Beatholes - Manager
You - Managing to listen to this crap
1. Two of Us (Arguing at Each Other)
2. Beat a Pony (Cause Beating Yolko Ain't Enough
3. Across The Street
4. I want to write Me own songs and do Mine own thing because it is Hare Krishna
5. Dig It Suckers!
6. It Be Like That
7. Maggie Is Gay
8. I've Got a Feeling (That I'll Leave This Band)
9. The Revolution After Number 9
10. The Long and Winding Argument
11. All this arguing is making me blue and that's not Hare Krishna
12. Get Back (aka JoJo's Bizzare Adventure in a nutshell)